Litchfield County, possibly New Milford, Connecticut
Cherry, white pine and white oak secondary woods
This rare, diminutive size lowboy or dressing table has an impressive one board cherry top with an under-molding above one long drawer and three short drawers, the central having a deeply carved, concave lobed shell drawer conforming to the skirt. The piece is supported by cabriole legs with the faint impression of carved C-scrolls terminating on pad feet.
Provenance: Descended in the Camp family of New Milford, Connecticut
Purchased locally, 2000
Illustrated in Ann Y. Smith, To Please Any Taste, Litchfield County Furniture and Furniture Makers, 1780-1830, Litchfield Historical Society, Litchfield, Connecticut 2008, pg. 38, fig. 6.
|Dealer||Jeffrey Tillou Antiques|
|Measurements||33¼” h. 31 7⁄8” w. (top) 28¼” w. (case) 19 3⁄8” d.|
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|Contact||Jeffrey Tillou, 860-567-9693 or email@example.com|